Contact-Free Monitoring - Enabling Technologies & Emerging Opportunities (Technical Insights)

Contact-Free Monitoring - Enabling Technologies & Emerging Opportunities (Technical Insights)

Monitoring every moment without physical presence

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29-Dec-2015
REGION
Global
Research Code: D6B9-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE00211-GL-TR_00211
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Contact-free monitoring (CFM), an emerging technology domain is likely to impact applications related to automation, digitalization and smart devices. This technology aids in monitoring and detecting motion of a moving object or human activity. CFM employs advanced sensors to monitor properties such as temperature, vibration, speed, phase, velocity and direction of the object. CFM introduces new dimensions to healthcare market by effectively measuring patient movements, pulse rate, heartbeat, sleep timing and many other vital parameters.
The report captures advanced sensor technologies used for contact-free monitoring such as Micro Doppler sensor, Thermography sensor, Micro Wave sensor and Fiber Bragg Grating.
The main application of contact-free monitoring is automation; however the technology finds use in many new sectors such as Health Care, Industrial Process Control, Automotive & transportation and Aerospace & Defense. Smart cities, smart house, Internet of Things also enable faster adaption of contact-free monitoring.
The research service focusses on covering emerging opportunities of contact-free monitoring. The modules of the report include: technology significance, current trends, applications landscape, enabling technology and emerging opportunity assessment.

Table of Contents

Research Scope – Significance of Contact-Free Monitoring

Research Methodology

Research Methodology Step by Step Approach

Key Findings – Enabling Technology and Application Impact

Key Findings – Future Prospects

Technology Significance

Technology Significance (Continued)

Major Trends in Contact-Free Monitoring

Emerging Applications Overview

Microwave Sensors for Contact-Free Monitoring

Competing Features of Microwave Sensors and Adoption Status

Corporate Profiles - Major Companies and their Development Status

Year of Impact of Microwave Sensors for Contact-Free Monitoring Applications

Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors for Contact-Free Monitoring

Competing Features of FBG Sensors and Adoption Status

Corporate Profiles - Major Companies and their Development Status

Year of Impact of FBG Sensors for Contact-Free Monitoring Applications

Micro Doppler Sensors for Contact-Free Monitoring

Competing Features of FBG Sensors and Adoption Status

Corporate Profiles - Major Companies and their Development Status

Year of Impact of Micro Doppler Sensor for Contact-Free Monitoring Applications

Thermography Sensors for Contact-Free Monitoring

Competing Features of FBG Sensors and Adoption Status

Corporate Profiles - Major Companies and their Development Status

Year of Impact of Thermography Sensor for Contact-Free Monitoring Applications

Current Technology Status and Future Opportunities

Impact Potential of Contact-free Monitoring across Industries

Emerging Opportunities Roadmap - Future Applications of Contact-Free Monitoring across Industries

Strategic Insights

Key Patents

Key Patents (Continued)

Key Patents (Continued)

Key Contacts

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Contact-free monitoring (CFM), an emerging technology domain is likely to impact applications related to automation, digitalization and smart devices. This technology aids in monitoring and detecting motion of a moving object or human activity. CFM employs advanced sensors to monitor properties such as temperature, vibration, speed, phase, velocity and direction of the object. CFM introduces new dimensions to healthcare market by effectively measuring patient movements, pulse rate, heartbeat, sleep timing and many other vital parameters. The report captures advanced sensor technologies used for contact-free monitoring such as Micro Doppler sensor, Thermography sensor, Micro Wave sensor and Fiber Bragg Grating. The main application of contact-free monitoring is automation; however the technology finds use in many new sectors such as Health Care, Industrial Process Control, Automotive & transportation and Aerospace & Defense. Smart cities, smart house, Internet of Things also enable faster adaption of contact-free monitoring. The research service focusses on covering emerging opportunities of contact-free monitoring. The modules of the report include: technology significance, current trends, applications landscape, enabling technology and emerging opportunity assessment.
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Author Sumit Pal
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number D6B9-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Contact-Free Monitoring
Keyword 2 Contact-Free Monitoring report
Keyword 3 Enabling technologies in Contact-free monitoring
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